Marvin Gaye, My Brother

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Hal Leonard Corporation, Apr 1, 2003 - Biography & Autobiography - 216 pages
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(Book). Marvin Gaye's life and brilliant career were cut tragically short on April 1, 1984 one day before his 45th birthday when he was shot and killed by his own father. Now, for the first time ever, Marvin Gaye's story is told in intimate detail by a member of his own family. Frankie and Marvin Gaye were close from childhood until Marvin's death. Frankie was at Marvin's side when he died, and only Frankie heard his deathbed confession. Full of never-before-told personal anecdotes, this book takes you behind the scenes from Marvin's childhood, through his spectacular success at Motown and then Columbia, his stormy relationships with women, and finally to his descent into drugs and despair. The true story of the man behind the beloved music is now available to fans old and new. Includes great photos throughout, a helpful index, and a timeline of important events in Marvin's life.
 

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Frankie Gaye was conspicuously quiet after his brother, Marvin, one of Motown's greatest stars, was shot to death by their father in 1984. Though the brothers were close (it was, after all, Frankie ... Read full review

Contents

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Chapter 3
128
Chapter 5
148
Chapter 6
156
Chapter 7
168
Chapter 8
182
Chapter 9
188
Important Events
197
Acknowledgments
205
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